A screenshot of the interactive map, which you can find in the links below.
Ahead of today’s upcoming results (and previously published elsewhere), here is a map of the new wards over the former ones with their past electoral results (winning party).
See the story here for the Birmingham Eastside and here for Birmingham Live!
Additionally, here is a more detailed description of a few wards that were merged from former wards won by different parties.
Birmingham City FC has been fined for breaking national minimum wage laws, newly released data reveals. The local club is part of a group of four that have been identified in the latest analysis by the Department for Business and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
The three others are St Helens RFC, Stoke City FC and Yeovil Town FC.
But the local city club and St. Helens RFC are by far the biggest offenders, owing each to their minimum wage employees more than £5,500.
Read more here and see how clubs reacted.
Spending by Birmingham City Council on countering obesity has plummeted in the last 12 months, according to data collected by The Bureau Local and shared with Birmingham Eastside.
The figures reveal that funding to tackle obesity in adults dropped by 92% since 2013/2014 — from more than £5.6 million to less than half a million.
Meanwhile, spending related to physical activity in adults has dropped by 20% in the last 12 months alone.
Read the story and see the visualisation for each of the West Midlands’ local authorities like Coventry, Wolverhampton and others here ➡ http://birminghameastside.com/2018/02/08/obesity-funding-birmingham-austerity/